exhaustible

ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being used up
  2. capable of being used up; capable of being exhausted
    our exhaustible reserves of fossil fuel
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How To Use exhaustible In A Sentence

  • But the public life of the capital commanded his love, his seemingly inexhaustible energy and much of his spare time. Times, Sunday Times
  • The lake contained an area of 3,370 acres and was said to have a practically inexhaustible deposit of salt and gypsum.
  • It was all a far cry from the 1897 Irish Times article which described the course as ‘a rabbit warren below the village, where a golfer requires limitless patience and an inexhaustible supply of balls’.
  • Here consequently was an inexhaustible subject of discourse. Pride and Prejudice
  • Italy was a country of inexhaustible charm, sybaritic pleasure, and cultural wealth, of course, but it was not to be taken quite seriously in an economic or political sense.
  • Unlike IP, works of craft are both _exhaustible_ and _rivalrous_. Tax Cuts for the Rich, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • John seems to have an inexhaustible stock of funny stories.
  • our exhaustible reserves of fossil fuel
  • Such poems can be new, one might say, because the vicissitudes and the strangeness of life are really inexhaustible. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Mumbai has inexhaustible stores of energy, yet has a live and let live disposition which welcomes all comers.
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